Hello and welcome to the Composed Communication site.
It serves as a shop window for the professional communication services of Cardiff-based freelancer Mark Hawkins, and contains writing dating back to 2009.
The subject of writing spans from early mobile billing technologies and specific regulatory measures, through to more general musings on technology and business communication.
Posts also include reflections on public lectures delivered by tech trailblazers and media oracles.
Writing about photography, creativity, sport and current affairs can be found on the Composed Images blog.
Composed Communication services
Composed is essentially Mark Hawkins, a Cardiff-based freelancer. Available services include writing, research, social media, publicity and photography services from Cardiff to businesses across the UK and beyond.
Services have been used by organisations of various sizes, from leading UK universities to start-up businesses, SMEs, technology providers, recruitment consultancies and professional bodies.
Here’s a small flavour.
– Copywriting for web and print
– Press release writing
– Case study writing
– Interviews generating Q&A pieces or profile features
– Blogging / ghost-blogging and social media content
– Editorial content, ghosted newspaper opinion editorials (‘op eds’)
– Email marketing content
– Industry award applications
– Editing and proofreading
Your organisation’s messages can be consistently reflected and represented with fresh and engaging content. Without the overhead costs of larger agencies, competitive rates can be offered, along with a more personal touch.
Mark is experienced in substantial collaborative projects with other writers and media professionals. So if you’d like to discuss anything similar, the line is always open!
As well as a writer and photographer, Mark is a keen reader of modern fiction, a listener of new music and podcasts, a viewer of film and sport, a generally exhausted dad of a toddler, a husband of a woman, and a walker of a labrador. (Listed in no particular order).
Get in touch if you’d like to chat.